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the victims of the cost ar-- costa concordia one year later. and one man's struggle to limit the mercury that taints much of our fish could lead to new guidelines for all. those stories when the "cbs evening news" continues. >> a new study this month finds that 84% of all fish have unsafe levels of mercury. and that poses a health risk for humans. as tony guida reports diplomats will gather there geneva this week to negotiate a treaty aimed at reducing the mercury threat. >> reporter: he always considered himself as-- until one day something went very wrong. >> i felt like i was going to fall over when i was running. i was out of breath, balance really went to balance. >> reporter: gelfond who is the c.e.o. of the movie company i max consulted doctors on both coasts. they had no answers. he was worried. >> you know, was it something like ms and it got to a point where i really couldn't cross the street. i had to hold my wife's hand. >> reporter: many tests later a neurologist asked him if he ate a lot of fish, he did. twice a day. diagnosis, mercury poisoning. >> i thought i was doing so
mercury news is now reporting that the pilot may have changed his mind and he changed course before he crossed under the bridge. look at bridge and there are different lanes the pilot can choose from. it is reported the might changed lanes at last minute. investigators do not know why the 61-year-old pilot did. he has sailed professionally for 36 years and he did pass a drug and alcohol test after the crash. he was piloting the "overseas raymar" when the crashed into the bridge. it was foggy. that could be a factor. a beacon on the bridge was not working. investigators will consider whether that confused him and causeed him to switch course. this is the first time pilot error has surfaced for a cause. it was not communication or mechanical area or mistake in judgment, but investigators will look at all of that. it caused several million in damage to the ship and the bridge. >> thank you very much. the federal government is coming after disgraced cycleing champion, lance armstrong, with a new tactic as he begins the journey to come clean. after years of denial this new information comes
for mercury was a travesty. if you look at the cost-benefit analysis carefully, all the benefits from reducing mercury came from getting rid of particulates and particulates were not the focus of that particular regulation. and what was interesting is the benefits focus on additional days of school. in other words, a few days of schools miss, two days of work missed because of lower levels of particulates, and particularly because a particular relation to asthma. what's interesting is that over the past 25 years, the level of particulates in our air has gone down tremendously. mostly because of the switch from unleaded gasoline. but at the same time the incidence of asthma is going up. so the centers for disease control on its website does not have, show strong link between asthma and particulates. but that was the basis of the mercury rule. and this has resulted in very large calls the coal mines, more bands will happen because of his. we've already had 110 coal-fired plants close since january 2010. and is also interesting, but where's epa's seems very concerned about airborne retreat, they
agreed to drastically reduce mercury conclusion. it requires the countries to stop using mercury by 2020. that includes batteries and thermometers. it banned mercury exports and small amounts can be dangerous to humans especially infants and fetuses. >> the popular two dollar wine is going up. bottles of it will be settled on for 50 cents more. price varies but it stayed at two bucks since the debut since 2002, trader joe's said they had no choice. >> several chunks of lard have washed up on a scottish beach. the pieces of pig fat were found and coated with huge barn cals but still retained their shape. his forians believe they were on a merchant ship that were bombed in world war ii. the great news is, ones it is cleaned off the lard is good to use. coming up, we'll look at what went wrong with a hostage standoff killed dozens in north africa. always political speech interrupted by gunman. a look what happened after this picture was taken. it was a beautiful day in the bay area. early spring perhaps and leigh glaser lets us know with the accu-weather forecast. >> the motivation for greg
to the clinic. i was the only guy to flunk. >> how come you didn't pass the mercury physicals? >> i had what was known as a high bilirubin which is a pigment in your blood. with that they said, well, you are out. >> you said at a time when you were a little boy you can be with the dinasaurs or the -- you can be into dinasaurs or rockets. >> when i didn't get into the per ruer key -- mercury program i said i was interested in rockets before those guys could spell it. >> projectco mercury began in 1958 with the goals of putting a human in orbit and doing so before the soviets did. on that second count they failed. a half years after the sputnik shock on april 12th, 1960 you 1 the -- 1961 the soviets out paced the u.s. when a cosmonaut was the first in space. >> they beat us into orbit. we were behind. we were lagging. >> america scrambled to catch up. less than one month later on may 5th, allen shepherd, one of the mercury 7 was one of the first americans in space. just over three months into his presidency john f. kennedy, like millions of other americans across the country was glued to his t
also placed on arrest. >>> most fish is contaminated with bad levels of mercury. the biodiversity research institute checked the hair samples of people in 8 countries. most of the hair samples were contaminated with levels of unsafe mercury. 80 percent of fish around the world is contaminated with mercury and high levels of mercury can cause both brain and kidney damage. >>> right now 6:18 let's check back in with sal for a look at traffic, sal? >>> right now we are looking at traffic moving around the bay area and it is getting more crowded and we are getting to the peak time of the commute and we are approaching the 880 split. no trouble on 280 or 80 getting into the city. they are backed up to the parking lot and still it's not a big delay but there is one now getting on to the bridge. in livermore it is busy especially on westbound 808 getting into level -- 880 getting to livermore. north bay 101 and 280 are still off to a good start. let's go to steve. >>> well, just taking a look at some temperatures, 29 in crocket, there is a lot of 20s around. take your pick, santa cruz m
was to mix mercury with powdered gold paint that wherever they wanted the gilding to be, put it into the fire as the temperature rose, the mercury was driven off killing you if you happen to be around. ( both laugh ) i was wondering if they used mercury. so it was a pretty dangerous pretty hazardous thing. being a mercury gildster was not a good occupation. so often when you find these they're repaired they're thin, they're light. this one's an absolute stunner. wonderful. so you had no sort of thought as to value? no idea whatsoever. well, i would think... i would be very surprised if it sold for less than about 80,000 pounds. oh! how do i tell my parishioners? ( all laugh ) well, if it went about 100,000 it wouldn't surprise me. gosh, that's incredible. talking about it sort of brought it all alive, really, but i think also the thought of having a treasure worth 80,000, possibly 100,000 it's just mindboggling really. oh, it's wonderful. thank you. but it is kept very safe. ( all laugh ) and will remain so when i go home. ( all laugh ) separating the sexes
with bad levels of mercury. they took hair samples and they say it was contaminated with unsafe levels of mercury. most of the fish are contaminated with mercury and most of it can cause brain and kidney damage. >>> they will be at san jose university to announce a silicone valley start up. they will be, woulding together to develop a pilot program to offer online courses and we will have more details coming up at 10:00. >>> the san jose sharks are back on the ice after a four month lock out and they are just five-days until their season opener. the team wants to reward fans and sharks will be giving away prizes including tickets to the home opener on january 24th and airfare hotel to attend an away game. tickets for the season go on sale tomorrow at 10:00 a.m. >>> last year's stanley cup champion will be showing off and the kings will bring the stanley cup to the state capital. they won their first stanley cup for a 4-2 series over the new jersey devils and there is a public viewing from 4:30 to 5:30 today. >>> our galaxy may be smaller than first thought. it may be half the size thou
coming in, sharlsville 34 degrees, that mercury dropping in a big way. it's not until about after midnight, 2:00, 3:00 army in the morning when the wind starts cranking up. so the snow ends about 9:00, 10:00, completely moves out by 11:00 to midnight. there's your temperatures for the morning. we'll be in the 20s to low 30s, but windchill readings will be in the teens tomorrow morning. and by the afternoon, only the 20s, the windchill readings as we see again the mercury climb very slowly. this is at about lunchtime tomorrow, 33 to 38. culpepper to d.c., even fredry at 32. into the 20s by the time we get to the evening hours, so it will be very cold throughout the entire day tomorrow. here's a look at our evening forecast. clouds north, rain to snow south, with roads looking good for the evening. we're just fine, 35 to 40 degrees. tomorrow morning, mostly clear, breezy and cold, can't stress that enough. this will be some of the coldest air of our season moving in. we get a taste of it here at the end of the week, then a bigger taste of it and a lasting cold throughout next week.
widespread, unsafe levels of mercury in people in fish. >> researchers by the biodiversity research institute found more than 82 percent of human hair samples from eight countries exceeded typically safe levels of mercury by the epa. >> generally, if found people and marine ecosystems across the world are contaminated with mercury levels in people and fish regularly exceed sales levels. >> the time now is 4:53. >> a live look at the james lick freeway. >> it is colder in some spots compared to yesterday's. >> and a reminder to catch dr. phil today at 10:00 a.m. right after the kron 4 morning news. we will be right >> welcome back. sandals and the chance to see beyonce up close and personal. martha shade has today's hollywood minute. >> superstar of vbuyonce most reveals a copy of her documentary life is but a dream. and up close and personal look into the singer's life. i always battle with how much driver bill about myself. projects include highlights of her opening up about her pregnancy in showing off her baby boy. >> it also shows clips from her childhood. >> justin timber lake released a
conversation with a technology columnist for the san jose mercury news. >> sunshine in the bay area. the numbers are chilly and they'll finish chill. there is plenty of sun around. who will have the forecast a week ahead. ,,,,,, . >>> it's nice starting out. the numbers began in the 30s and recover into the mid-50s toward the bay bridge. ,, ,,,,,,,, this week - an upeat govern brown in sacramento. his state of the state addr- optimistic....with the s et in the black fo >>> this week, we saw an upbeat governor brown in sacramento. the state-of-the-state address is optimistic with the state budget in the black the first time in more than a decade. >> california's back, its budget is balanced and we're on the move. i think i k. we're going to get over the mountain. have no doubt about it. >> and his forecast for california, the good times are around the corner. >> and he said they're more than around the corner but the straightaway and we have turned and asked, informed the mayor and state ash semibly speaker brown and joe garafoli, how much of this is real and is about jerry brown him
of that nature. i know that will come out. thank you, governor. >> are we all set? i am from the "mercury news," and we're here because we live in a global cloueconomy. it has altered local economies because so many manufacturing and technology jobs are moving, whether it is a matter of costs for going where the trained work force is. we're fortunate to have to governors here to talk about how that change affects their jobs and what they're doing to jump- start their economies which compete with one another. this could be fun. let me start with our guest. governor hickenlooper. i knew that was going to happen. most of us here are pretty much aware of california's budget crisis. can you give us a quick briefing on where colorado is and what you are trying to do to turn things around? >> our budget is just as dressed as almost every state in the country. we have been working trying to control costs, get our pension funds in line, our state employees have not had a raise in four years. it has been difficult all the way around. the real challenge has been to try and turn public sentiment and get p
" and then thursday i guess and friday coming up. >>> it's 6:11. a new warning about unsafe levels of mercury in our fish. >> plus, fearing the flu. the vaccine is selling out fast! where you can still find flu shots right here in the bay area. >> and creative cure? how vodka saved a little puppy's life. we'll explain coming up. [ telephone rings ] good evening this is flo. [laughs] yes, i'm that flo. aren't you sweet! licensed phone-ups available 24/7. call 1-800-progressive. crashed it into an apartment building near stockholm. >>> swedish investigators say a woman stole an empty commuter train today and crashed it into an apartment building near stockholm. the only person injured is the suspect who was brought to the hospital and arrested on suspicion of endangering the public. the train went a mile before it jumped the tracks. she hijacked it for a joyride. >> something you don't hear about every day. >> that's a new one. >>> 6:15. let's get over to elizabeth covering the fire in crockett. >> that's right. it sounds like for the most part the fire is out
of the bay bridge. according to a report by the san jose mercury news, the pilot of the ship.. guy kleese... may havealtered the tankers planned path underneath the bridge. let's take a look at a google earth map. was being refuel at what's called anchorage 9, which is to the southeast of san francisco... from there the ship headed north towards the bay traveling on the bay the towers of the bridge are listed as letter of the alphabet. a, b, c,d and so forth. according to the mercury news the overseas reymar was originally supposed to pass under the bridge between the c and d towers. but the pilot, for reason changed his mind and decided to take the ship between the d and e towers. it was during this maneuver that the tanker collided with tower e. around 11:18 am. the ship was apparently going about 11.8 knots, or 13.6 miles per hour, when it sideswiped the tower, causing millions of dollars in damage to both the bridge and the ship. in the newsroom, charles clifford kron 4 news. here in the first place. >> peter breining: gunned down in the line of -- >> duty investigators say 35-year-
. the pilot will be interviewed in a few hours. the "mercury news" identified him as [ indiscernible ] of san francisco. according to the "mercury news," in 2009 he ran aground 550-foot cargo ship of in sacramento. he also was in a tugboat when it ran aground in the inner richmond harbor. we haven't gotten results of drug tests but he tested negative for alcohol. cate caugiran, cbs 5. >>> a man suspected of setting his girlfriend on fire in san francisco now under arrest this morning. we are told 22-year-old dexter oliver will be charged with attempted murder and arson. the 25-year-old victim is still in the hospital with life- threatening burns. >>> mountain view police say modern dna technology has led to an arrest in a 1985 murder case. it was 28 years ago this month the body of 21 zabba engineer may was found in a dumpster behind a safeway grocery store. police arrested 53-year-old daniel garcia on friday of fresno on suspicion of murder. recent tests matched his dna to skin fragments under the victim's finger nailed. search for victims of the
on the "morning news," warming trend. the u.s. has its hottest year yet. how high the mercury hit when we come back on the "cbs morning news." me back on the "cbs morning news." everything's better with a great cup of coffee. exceptionally smooth and perfectly balanced for a harmonious blend of flavor, body and aroma. green mountain coffee for your keurig brewer. brew a better day. capella university understands er wait times are longer than ever. nurses are dealing with a wider range of issues. and there are ever-changing regulations. when you see these challenges, do you want to back away or take charge? with a degree in the field of healthcare or nursing from capella university you'll have the knowledge to advance your career while making a difference in the lives of patients. let's get started at capella.edu. why let constipation slow you down? try miralax. mirlax works differently than other laxatives. it draws water into your colon to unblock your system naturally. don't wait to feel great. miralax. smoke? nah, i'm good. ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] every time you say no to a cigarette
this is it. do i think it's the mercury saw from 18 to 58? no, i don't. is that the end of the world? , no it's not like i was in the shower this morning and find a lump in my armpit. that's always my fall back position. i have got a great life. but i'm just saying it is not the mercury have grown comfortable with. >> bill: i have given miller's election take a lot of thought. and i disagree with him. i believe traditional america can come back but it will take a very special person to make that happen. let's look at what happened. president obama received about 62 million votes. 11% less than he got in 2008. so he is slipping in popularity. mitt romney endedo up with 3.3 million fewer votes than thett president, close, but romney got 2% fewer votes than johnne mccain garnered in 2008. by any poor performance. mccain was running right into a recession. it was more about romney's failure to build on mccain's vote than obama doing anything. are stronger candidate would have defeated theb president. mr. obama won the woman vote. blacks and asians. the hispanic vote that really nailed romney. 71
are wrung out, and somewhere in all that mud is treasure. they mix mercury into the sediment, which chemically binds the gold together, and then they simply burn the mercury away. no one worries too much about the toxic fumes; the neurological damage from mercury may not show up for years. and you pour that out there? and there it is. there it is, about a quarter the size of a pencil eraser, but it's gold. how much is this worth? >> he say this can be maybe five dollar. >> this could be worth $5? clink! that's a sound that's behind what is now the deadliest war on earth. in 1996, uganda and rwanda invaded congo. seven more countries joined in and started stealing congo's resources. the invasion ended, but ever since, rebel militias and government forces have fought over local power, ethnic hatred, and control of the minerals. we heard it firsthand from former rebel soldiers. this a school that teaches guerilla fighters who've laid down their guns how to be civilians again. >> [speaking in foreign language] >> this former major told us that when his troops controlled a territory, he
the bridge. that is when the rayhar clipped a tower causing millions in damage. san jose mercury news reports the pilot planned to follow the yellow line you can see on the map but changed labors to cross near yerba buena island. that pilot has tested negative for drugs and alcohol. >> three students were arrested after they passed out pot brownies and cookies at school. police say they told them to other students monday in num yachblt however, some tipped off the resource officer who tracked down a 14 yormd!:ñ yormd and two 15-year-old girls that were arrested four others cited for being under the influence of drugs. two girls sent to the hospital after getting sick. >> this morning three fire  costa county fire district were shut down. including station 4, 12 and 16 in martinez. officials blame a $6 million budget home. voters rejected a measure in november to keep fire stations open. so this is the result no. firefighters will be laid off because of the closures. just stations shut down. >> add festivals to a list of places where smoking is prohibited. smoking in outdoor festivals and pa
will be canceled. >>> a new report says most fish is contaminated with high levels of mercury. the biodiversity research institute examined hair samples from people in eight countries and say most of the hair samples with contaminated with unsafe levels of mercury. researchers estimate that 80% of fish worldwide are contaminated with mercury. high levels of mercury can cause brain and kidney damage. >>> 8:11. he was an internet folk hero. ♪ somewhere over the rainbow >> plus -- how this song performed by survivors of the sandy hook school shooting will help heal their town. [ male announcer ] pillsbury grands biscuits. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just made an unbeatable unsloppy joe pillsbury grands biscuits. let the making begin. that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so delicious...so fun. >>> mostly sunny. temperatures bayside near the coast are coming up a little bit. but
in a moment. >> an old business is opening a new headquarters in south bay. san jose mercury news is reporting the company that invented the credit score is relocating to san jose to be closer to silicon valley talent pool and is built near the airport and will be ready in february. nine fico employees are already working in san jose. >> facebook is trying to increase mobile appeal testing a feature for the latest messenger app that lets users call each other with the tap of a button, like skype without the video. it can be made with wi-fi or using the data plan. the feature is limited to canada for now. >> mike will look at forecast. guess what is back? >> the rain. you have been talking down about the cold so that is why the rain is coming back. >> you are speaking the voice of everyone else. that is why you are over there. right? >> now, what is going on? it is frosty. but not as frosty. today is the last day we scrape the ice. this afternoon, you can see high clouds are more dominant. temperatures are in the mid-to-upper 50's. if you travel around the state, the radar shows how quiet it is
mercury news suggest a pattern of shady business deals, drugs and prostitutes. a break in the case came last week when a 22-year-old was arrested for prostitution. police charged her with accessory to murder. three other men have been arrested and charged with the killing. the motive or how he died is unknown. but e-mails from former business partners paint an unflattering picture. richard rodriguez, a high-tech consultant says he fabricated a divorce to shelter his assets and used company funds to pay for escort services, prostitutes, purchasing condominiums and other personal expenses. saying quote, his chronic abuse of alcohol, his chronic use of marijuana and his emersion in a fantasy world have left him without the interest or ability necessary to make his businesses successful. he has never treated anyone fairly in his life. and all this was good information for investigators to have because it gives them a more complete picture of exactly who he was. but it did not have a big influence on the investigation just yet. tomorrow we get our first look at some of the other murder suspe
arrested for the killing. the motive or how kumer died is unknown. according to the mercury news, richard rodriguez, says kumer fabricated a divorce to shelter his assets and used company funds to "pay for escort services, prostitutes, and other personal expenses." and steven kathy did not mince his words saying "his chronic abuse of alcohol, his chronic use of marijuana and his emersion in a fantasy world of prostitutes have left him without the business or interest necessary to make his businesses successful. he never treated anyone fairly in his life except for his horse." all this was good information according to investigators who say it gives them that complete picture of who robbie kumer was. also toechl we get our first -- tomorrow we get our first look at the other suspects as they make an appearance at the courthouse in the afternoon. . >>> a vigil in fremont tonight to honor the new dehli woman who was gang-raped and beaten. organizers say they wanted to express solidarity as indian americans with the family of the victim and with the nation of india in mourning her loss. they
in later quarters? > > that is mercury to me. i think you are probably likely to see a january effect and have pop, which is traditional. and i expect through april or may you might see the bulk of the run, and then it will taper off. > focus on some sectors. a lot of people are saying healthcare is going to continue to be robust. how do you see it? > > i am actually bullish on global sectors. i think we are going to see an asia-pacific-, china-driven market that we haven't seen in five years. and i see i.t., which is beaten down right now, but i would take a position in. i see industrials, which have good global exposure as a stock area that would put some money toward. and i think materials, the big material companies that have been beaten down by the china slowdown, are coming back. > a lot of people, i have been reading on the emerging market, they are saying if you don't have positions in emerging- market companies, you are going to be missing the boat, because a lot of upward growth potential lies there. > > it is true, but i would say that there is also emerging market debt, co
was beaten. court documents obtained by mercury news showed a coin collection, jewelry and cash were all stolen during that attack. the documents shed new light on a miss tier yours case which is -- mysterious case which is surrounded in seek -- secrecy. >>> he is suspected of robbing a woman and killing her dog in spite. here is a look at the suspect as he ran from golden gate avenue. he had just thrown the victim's small dog into traffic. police say there is no where in the city to hide. >> it doesn't take very long until they run that video surveillance in san francisco. >> the 12-year-old dog had to be put down because of her injuries. witnesses have set up a reward funds and at last checked it was up to $3,500. >>> police in san jose are settling the final homicide and it could be a case of vigilantism. her husband has been behind bars after being arrested for the deadly shooting of 36-year- old christopher soriano of an apartment complex. he was trying to detain a man who was suspected of burglarizing vehicles in the neighborhood. >>> they may be able to return home today. the red
details on the first legally binding treaty that emits a mercury reading. this beautiful look at the bridge with traffic. >> san francisco sheriff ross mirkarimi and his wife eliana lopez are being sued by their neighbors. ivory madison and her husband claim mirkarimi and lopez accused them of lying to police. they also charge mirkarimi and lopez of being part of a political conspiracy to seek financial gain. the accusations came after lopez confided in madison about a december 2011 incident in which mirkarimi grabbed her arm during an argument. madison recorded a video of lopez recounting the incident and then reported it to police days later. it became the centerpiece of the case against mirkirimi. nations have adopted the first legally-binding treatyu-n officials say the treaty was approved this morning after all-night negotiations. mercury is a highly toxic metal. it's currently used in many industries and products, including thermometers and energy-saving light bulbs. some environmentalists say the treaty is a good first step. but they also say it should require that each
appreciation and our deep appreciation as well to barbara of the san jose "mercury news." i know you cannot accept gifts. >> i would want to report that. >> we're hoping that sutter can accept a gift, the first dog. governor? [applause] and governor hickenlooper, your dear friend and our dear friend, dan gordon could not be here but we wanted to make sure you enjoyed his borough -- brew. >> as i have many times before, let me assure you. [applause] >> our photographer would like to get your photos. >> with or without the kibble? >> all right. [horns honking] [siren wails] announcer: big dreams and goodrades aren't enough to get into college. there are actual steps you need to take. finding someone who can help is the first and most important. for the next steps, go to knowhow2go.org. >> hi, my name is jamie hooper. in this episode, we are featuring the romantic park locations in your very own backyard. this is your chance to find your heart in san francisco with someone special. our first look out is here at buena vista park, a favorite with couples and dog lovers. it is as old as its neigh
of the san jose "mercury news." i know you cannot accept gifts. >> i would want to report that. >> we're hoping that sutter can accept a gift, the first dog. governor? [applause] and governor hickenlooper, your dear friend and our dear friend, dan gordon could not be here but we wanted to make sure you enjoyed his borough -- brew. >> as i have many times before, let me assure you. [applause] >> our photographer would like to get your photos. >> with or without the kibble? >> all right. take pictures of the view of the city that you soon went forgot.
. >> good morning everybody, i am brian flores. there was a very tiny bump in the mercury and rosemary, we will talk more about that. >> yes, we are still tracking a few spotty showers in the forecast and you can see most of this moisture is to the south and we continue to see some of this moisture working towards the bay area picking up just a few scattered showers and near concord up near mt. diablo. a little bit of patchy fog and we will have more coming up. >>> good morning, rose mark are you, traffic is working well but -- rosemary, traffic is moving well and there is some road work in san leandro that may still have some of the lanes blocked as you are picking it up. this traffic looks good approaching the 880 split. joining us live from the scene, in green bray with the details. >> that is correct, things are pretty much under control and let me show you exactly what happened. you can see the gentleman out hereby the hydrant and it is still unclear and you can see this sign right here. fire crews tell us when we got on the scene water is generating because it was pubelling in two pa
to figure out exactly what led up to the shooting. the "mercury news" says the woman was running a paper out of her apartment. it was named "anna's cigarettes." so far in the case, no afternoons. >>> san jose police are expected to get their first look at surveillance camera video to see if a man kidnapped a girl. you can see someone on the left side of your screen presumably the 13-year-old girl walking down east st. james street. the suv blocks the struggle, but seconds later, it appears the girl is running away. the girl always walks down the street to meet a friend to go to school. police say a man approached her on friday and dragged her into a driveway. here is the sketch of the suspect. hispanic, 25 to 30 years old and 5'10" with a medium build with black hair and brown eyes and a mustache. >>> san francisco police hunting for a pair of armed robbers. we have video shot at a pair of family own the pharmacies in the city's russian neighborhood and one in the sunset district. both happened january 14th. the men stealing medications containing oxycodone. the men happen to look alike. bot
will keep you updates on that. >>> meanwhile the mercury news is reporting an arrest hash made in a home invasion robbery from earlier. investigators say three suspects ransacked a home there monday around and tied up an older couple at knife point and stole jewelry, electronics and those two cars, and both cars were later recovered. >>> in morgan hill police arrested him in connection with the molestation of 4 children, accused of abusing children between 5 and 13. he is currently held in a county jail on 8 counts of child molestation with special circumstances. >>> police are investigating the city's third homicide of the year. it happened last night around there. police say four to five young men approached a man in his late 30s and early 40s and began stabbing him repeatedly. >> there was a scuffle. the victim was stabbed several times in the upper torso and transported to hospital where he was pronounced dead. >> now police are not sure if it is cicted connected but looking for a gray van seen leaving the scene right after the attack. they don't think it is gang related. >>> they s
about 2:00 in the morning when chp tried to pull over the stolen suv. the mercury news is reporting that suv was packed with eight people between the ages of 15 and 19 when it raced down i-80 onto 580 before it crashed into a tree in oakland hills. neighbors woke up to the sound of the crash and the sirens. >> i was just so proud of the oakland police force at that point and chp guys that were here. they really worked beautifully and they were here for at least two or three hours. and we did see a stretcher with a -- cover off there, i assumed somebody had died. >> the driver fled the scene, is still at large tonight. >>> this past tuesday marked the 40th verse of the roe versus wade decision. the annual walk for life west coast rally started at civic center and ended with a march down market street. organizers and demonstrators are encouraged by how each year the crowd is bigger than the last. >> it's very easy if you're of my persuasion to believe you are alone, or one of a tiny minority, and one of the very encouraging things to me has been how the size of the crowd has grown yea
of mercury. see the winds and colors. the shaded colors are wind gusts over 15. they're getting closer. highest winds are still out in the mountains, 20 mile-per-hour in olympicland and 24 in petersburg. they will be picking up and changing directions. 33 in rockville, 30 in gaithersburg, 32 in vienna, 29 in reston, 35 in burke, 34 arlington, mid-30s in college park. the freezing markdown at andrews and 33 in waldorf, so temps are falling like a stone. winds will pick up. we'll clear out tonight, breezy tonight and tomorrow and still sort of cold on friday. temperature-wise average. we add the winds and it will feel more like 30s. chilly and dry for the weekend, pretty nice weekend for early january. clear, breezy and cold tonight, two to three blanket night, temperatures in the 20s, winds west, northwest 10 to 20. they'll pick up after midnight. by morning plenty of sunshine, mostly sunny, breezy and cold, need sunglasses, temps in the 20s and 30s, but the wind chills will be in the teens and 20s tomorrow. mostly sunny, breezy and cold in the afternoon, high temperatures in the 30s an
picking up west, northwest at 13, pressure up 30.14 inches of mercury. temperature-wise a lot of 30s showing up, 37 in rockville and bethesda, also 37 in great falls and vienna, still 40 in burk, 38 in fairfax, 40 in college park, 39 in bowie, 41 in andrews, 42 in waldorf. factor in the winds it feels like it's in 20s from rockville northward, 29 gaithersburg, leesburg, 27 in frederick and feels like 27 in hagerstown. staying chilly, breezy and cold tonight, chilly and dry saturday, but a touch of winter possible saturday night and still dry for the playoffs on sunday. in fact, partly cloudy and chilly. dress for the 30s. temperatures 36 to 46, winds not very strong, west southwest at 10. so for tonight clear, breezy and cold, two to three blanket night, low temps in the 20s, winds northwest 10 to 20 and gusty. tonight wind chills will be in the teens. next three days again 43 tomorrow, just chilly, a few snow showers possible after midnight tomorrow, returning partly cloudy sunday, mid-40s, monday 41 and the next seven days we pop in the low 50s tuesday, the mid-50s wednesday, showe
is rising now 31.61 inches of mercury. all right temperature wise. 34 in rockville. 36 in bethesda. already 35 in vienna. 37 in fairfax. 38 in arlington, 38 at college park and 38 at bowie. now it feels like 38 in gaithersburg, 29 in frederick and feels like 22 here. it will be breezy and windy tonight across the entire metro area. staying chilly. breezy and cold tonight. chilly and dry tomorrow and a touch of winter saturday night. it should not be a huge problem and still dry for the playoff games on sunday. all right, so speaking of the game, partly cloudy and chilly. dress for the 30s. 36 to 46. that's your temperature range as you're at the game. winds are west southwest at 10. not much wind to worry about and no windchills. tonight clear, breezy, cold. windchills in the low 20s. you're out late tonight as they will be in the teens. a two to three blanket night. by morning plenty of sunshine. breezy and cold with the temperatures in the 30s. winds are dying down just a little bit. and then by the afternoon they pretty much would go away which is kind of nice. increasing cloudiness, col
't cracking yet. pressure is steady, 30.53 inches of mercury. kind of high. we are going to track this storm. this is like april or march in terms of the track. what jumps out at you here? showers, thunderstorms? look how far north the rain is going. that's what's crazy. minneapolis rain, chicago rain. we had this earlier. 320 consecutive dance in chicago they have not had more than an inch of snow. they've had under an inch, but not more than an inch. that's unusual. some of the clouds filling in but the showers will not get in for the most part until tomorrow afternoon. the exception the mountains. i think we will have a dry morning commute. no shortage of clouds. clouds tonight and early tomorrow. in fact, here's our futurecast. 6:30 in the morning, notice no green blobs. that's good. then by 1:00, trying to walk to lunch, may be some showers south of 95, south of town, down toward 95, but most of the activity is down in cumberland, oakland, petersburg. we get into the evening commute. by and large the heaviest activity and the most numerous showers will be north of town, gaithersburg, fr
.14 inches of mercury. so, cumberland had 3 inches. maryland had half an inch. perserville, virginia, almost an inch. and martinsburg, west virginia, had an inch as well. leesburg half an inch and alexandria had half an inch as well. so temperatures, that's the key tonight. it's going to stay cold, still looking at slippery spots on the side roads. 19 in bethesda. 19 in arlington. this not windchills. 19 in fairfax. 21 in springfield. 18 at andrews. 19 up in laurel and 21 in annapolis. never got above 25 today. it was our third day with highs in the 20s. that has not happened since january of '09. this thing is just moving. about to clear the delmarva already. a couple flurries behind, but that's about it. except for, of course, our friends on the other side of the divide, where it will snow later on tonight and tomorrow with some lake effect snow. so, left over flurry possible. that's it. sweepable, not shovelable. it is dry snow, but some of the side roads are slick. put down just enough salt to cause it to melt and refreeze. breezy and cold on saturday. we might make it above freezing t
but now beginning to fall at 30.53 inches of mercury. we showed you the impact meter at the top of the show. we're going show you the bread bread-0-meter now. on a scale of one to ten, a six or a five is a legitimate storm. two or three, plowable, sleddable. then a one on the bread-0- meter, and it's just a nuisance storm. so this will end up just like the impacts meter, a 1. but it is possible to have a legitimate storm or a plowable storm, 3 or 4, if it were to occur on the weekend that might end up being a 4 on the bread-0- meter. how much snow? maybe an inch plus across most of the metro area. one system passes to our north, one system passes to our south. we kind vf leftovers. this is a clipper. it's already breaking out pretty good snow through minneapolis and chicago. we have another storm pulling out of the plains states. that's going to pass to our south. neither storm is going to really pick up and say, hey, i want to be the dominant storm so we're left in between the two storms, so nothing super heavy is going to occur. dry morning commute, light snow in the afternoon
of mercury. you actually have a barometer at home, a good night to set it. that's fairly high. okay, satellite picture radar combined. here comes the storm. it's going to track essentially up the mississippi river. and that's going to spell rain, not snow, but rain for detroit and chicago and minneapolis and big thunderstorms in the deep south. we could even hear a rumble of thunder here tomorrow about this time, especially north of town. now the clouds, they are moving in. these green areas, they are not hitting the ground yet. these are just a sprinkle, but they are evaporating before they reach the ground. we're going to stay dry for tonight. for the most part be dry for the morning commute. 47 at rockville. 47 in bethesda. 48 in fairfax. 49 in berk. so temperatures mainly in the 40s, but this is still a treat really. 48 at college park. 44 in bowie and 45 at andrews. so a few showers are on the way, but dry tonight. mainly dry for your morning commute. tomorrow morning the wet roads will be a factor, especially north of town. then over the weekend, it will be like april that we
and we said, so, we want to make an offer. blah blah blah, they said, great, and who is this mercury company? >> bill: right. >> glenn beck. and they said well, we -- that would have to actually go to the vice president we'll have to call you back. within 15 minutes they called back they said the vice president has a reputation and under no circumstance will he ever entertain an offer from glenn beck. >> bill: even if it was 500 or 700 million? >> we never got to the table. we weren't allowed to the table because his reputation -- his legacy of his network was too important so he sold it to al jazeera. >> bill: that's what i want to say. how do you process it personally when you are more loathesome to al gore than guys who glorify usama bin laden? your words? >> i want that on my resume. it's a badge of honor that i'm more loathesome i'm not anywhere close to his agenda his agenda, his values. >> taking money from gulf oil sheikhs when he is blasting big oil. >> it's so much more than that it's not that he claims all this global warming bull crap and he really cares and sells and tak
. >>> in san jose police will not confirm it for us but the mercury news is reporting an arrest in the home invasion robbery that happened early this week. investigators say three suspects ransacked a home on monday afternoon. they tied up an older couple at gunpoint, stole jewelry, electronics and their new cars. both of those cars were later recovered tonight we asked police about their report of an arrest. they told us they are not commenting on the case. >>> the fourth bore of the caldecut tunnel is nearing completion. reporter>> the $400 million caldecott tunnel is near completion. >> we're 80% complete. we are slated to open to traffic in late 2013 we're on track to open to traffic later this year. reporter>> it could stand any strength earthquake and be on service for emergency traffic for three days. counter commute back ups will be a thing of the past. >> caltrans will be dedicating two bores permanently to eastbound traffic and two bores permanently to westbound traffic. reporter>> starting next month they'll be laying the roadbed. but this is just the pwot bottom of it. what yo
will not confirm it for us but the mercury news is reporting an arrest in the home invasion robbery that happened early this week. investigators say three suspects ransacked a home on monday afternoon. they tied up an older couple at gunpoint, stole jewelry, electronics and their new cars. both of those cars were later recovered tonight we asked police about their report of an arrest. they told us they are not commenting on the case. >>> the fourth bore of the caldecut tunnel is nearing completion. reporter>> the $400 million caldecott tunnel is near completion. >> we're 80% complete. we are slated to open to traffic in late 2013 we're on track to open to traffic later this year. reporter>> it could stand any strength earthquake and be on service for emergency traffic for three days. counter commute back ups will be a thing of the past. >> caltrans will be dedicating two bores permanently to eastbound traffic and two bores permanently to westbound traffic. reporter>> starting next month they'll be laying the roadbed. but this is just the pwot bottom of it. what you will be riding on, will be wa
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